Palestinian PM urges to reject Bennett’s no's
(MENAFN)Palestine’s prime minister urged a universal view of Palestinians and the global society against his Israeli prime minister "no's."
Muhammad Shtayyeh used the "no's" as he referred to Naftali Bennett’s rejection to discuss with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to continue Israel-Palestinian talks, and overlooked both countries solution.
Shtayyeh informed the weekly meeting of the Council of Ministers in Ramallah, the center of the occupied West Bank that the Israeli “Prime Minister's no's, no contact with President (Mahmoud Abbas) Abu Mazen, no negotiations, and no Palestinian state, demonstrate that the program of this Israeli government is only to promote settlement and confiscate more land, further deprive our people of their natural resources, and bulldoze the geographical base of the State of Palestine.”
Shtayyeh also advised the "need of a serious stance" among all Palestinians and the worldwide society, “especially from the countries that advocate and believe in the two-state solution" against the opinion of the Israeli administration.
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